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and present to you the grand entry of our eagle staff and our dancers. here we go. bring em in. carrying the first flag of this nation, of this land, the eagle staff larry harristan. how about a round of applause for larry? thank you larry. bringing in our dancers. (drums). good to see you. our southern and northern dancers. welcome ladies. welcome. followed by our jingle "dancing with dancers. welcoming our dancers as well. our northern traditional dancers followed by our grass dancers. how about a big round for applause for all ours dancers? good to see you. (drums). going over to our group over here. flag song. please. long before the national anthem composed by francis scott key the 50 people that this land. >> >> the first people that this land had these fight songs, national anthems for these tribes, paying homage to the first flag of this land, the eagle staff. remembering our veterans as well, the warriors whether going to battle or returning from battle paying homage to their service, paying homage to this flag. always honored our veterans, our warriors. (chantin
is an eagle. in one talon the eagle is holding an olive branch. the eagle is looking at the olive branch to show that the united states will always seek peace. the other talon, the eagle is holding arrows to show that the united states understands if you will be effective and successful in seeking peace, you must be strong. let me expand. because it only only peace but a better kind. the elimination of poverty, better lives all over the world for ourselves and other people. the arrows don't just stand for military strength but capability, they stand for the idea that the underwill try to recruit the best and most capable to apply themselves to those grand objectives. as i studied the life of christopher stevens, he embodied that and sought the grand objectives that our dwok si stands for. we gather to mourn his loss and demonstrate to his family how much we understand their grief. we also gather to celebrate the immense accomplishments this man has made for us. i picked out of my closet a tie. says on it democracy is not a spectator sport. christopher stevens was a participant. a full, s
's game against the philadelphia eagles. >> let's turn to jacqui jeras for a look at the weather. >> it has been terrible. >> we are lucky with the temperatures. >> 52 degrees already. that is not normal. we are well above the average high for this time of year. let's show you the foggy start that we captured on top of our building in arlington. you can see the periods are got real dense and then lifted but it continues to be an issue with low overcast skies for a good part of the afternoon. more fog will develop overnight and are temperature is 48 degrees in manassas. 50 degrees -- 52 degrees at reagan national. we can see across the river so that is a good start the visibility's are not so good. annapolis is down below 1/4 of a mile. winchester has had problems all morning. the surface map is showing of a cold front with backyard. we of time before those moves through and the warm front has been stalled. it is a little that up to the north and our temperatures will jump even more. we are expecting highs to be in the mid-50's. nobody is terribly cold across the east right now. t
telling you now and you can take this to the bank, unless he has a setback rg3 will face the eagles. they tested the knee yesterday. he will start in philadelphia. >> we will play robert when he is 100%. the doctors feel there is no chance for injury, that he can go out there and perform at the level in a game situation without injury. we will go with our starter. >> alright, the biggest problem for the redskins offensive late is the line. -- he was suspended after replacing the tackle. another concern is the center will montgomery. this line has been terrific and for the most part injury-free. >> certain positions, you will have a lot of injuries. it could be what everett is -- people have to step up and play at a very high level. >> here's the deal. the redskins, and giants, and cowboys -- the redskins beat dallas in dallas. the redskins are 3 and one in the nfc east. bam, right in his face. the accidental cheap shots. hey, you have got to keep your head on the is global -- squibble that close to the plate bill. the sales of robert griffin iii and jerseys and hats of set records.
to play next sunday against the philadelphia eagles. dan hellie joins us from redskins park with a look at the playoff outlook with or without their star quarterback. >> handley, by how i'm sure you know the numbers. redskins in a three-way tie atop the nfc east, but virile tour of a tiebreaker, if the season ended today, the redskins would be mosting a playoff game. mike shanahan's press conference wrapped up a few minutes ago and i asked him if he isn't 100% healthy would you be more likely to play kirk cousins based on his performance against the browns. shanahan said absolutely not. once robert is healthy, robert will be back on the field. kirk ussens in any irs nfl start by the season, threw for 329 yards. griffin has not done that all season long. he has thrown for over 300, but not quite p 29. a great performance by the backup quarterback, but a good performance by a lot of people. alfred morris continues to pick up tough chunk of yardage now over 1300 yards for the season. the redskins sit at 8-6 going into next sunday's game against the eagles. so the biggest question now, how
. >> the redskins are now 8-6 on the season. they take on the eagles next sunday in philadelphia. >>> the skins' regular season finale against the cowboys could decide who wins the nfc east. both teams, as well as the giants, have the same record, 8-6. however the burgundy and gold are technically in first place because they have a better record within the division than the giants and they beat the cowboys in their one meeting this year. if the redskins and cowboys both win next week, their game december 30th at fedex field could be for a division title. >> you know what? i wouldn't play rg3 next week either. the eagles are a bad team. they have nothing to play for. you just saw what kirk cousins can do. give him a little more rest. two good quarterbacks and a bright future. a game against dallas will be huge. >>> 11:09 right here on "news4 midday." we'll help you get ready for inauguration day. what goes on sale today. >>> 12 days of giving continues on "news4 midday." call our volunteers right now the at 202-885-4949 if you can help the group baromeo housing. the group helps single mothers. m
manifestation. it doesn't mean they are the same. the important thing is to coexist on an eagle carrying basis. the suggestion of superiority, that is one it begins. there is nothing more interesting than the fusion of cultures where they can view his end the synthesis can emerge. probably the most innovative jazz musician took muslim black africa and produced beautiful music. another african musician was most impressive. documenting what he is going to do along the melodic lines from the air world and from his own african continent. so there are many levels in which all cultures interlock one way or the other. including the europeans and africa. .. what is your feeling about this issue will of reparations been paid to people of african descent in the americas for their enslavement? >> certainly i know somebody i can prescript buy my book. [laughter] because i talk about reparations. the first one is i don't know how long it will take about the loss is the loss of the european world. where we take up arms figuratively is when that level of ignorance and an awareness is used as a - tool in a re
that were in front of the foxhole, and he -- it's almost like out of a scene out of the movie where eagles dare. he picked up two mg-42 machine pistols, and with both hands fired into the oncoming germans and stopped the entire attack. and that's not an anecdote that was given to me if an oral history, that was in the official after-action report, and it was later confirmed by about six or seven other rangers tarp right next to him. but that's the kind of courage these men had. things got so dicey that lamel considered evacuating the hill. they were ordered, though, to hold at all costs, even though reinforcements weren't coming. and that's exactly what t for two days. these men held hill 400 against all odds, against every one of these german assaults and somehow held the hill. remarkably on the 8th of december they left the hill, and it remained in allied hands. there was intelligence reported back about german troop movements only 10 miles or 12 miles away. but none of that information ever got to the right place. the dots were never connected, and on december 16th the battle of the bul
the browns and the question, who will start next sunday against the eagles in cousins or rg3? any calls yet? >> that is the million dollar question for now and today, i did receive an e-mail a month ago, i couldn't have anticipated receiving and it's starting to get real. the redskins control their own destiny and that is thanks to a -- in cleveland. he started and played well. the first start. it got off a little rocky, completing just one of his first six passes and the performance changed this play. a triple coverage, a 54-yard touchdown and cousins with another short td to finish with 329 yards passing. the second most by any redskins rookie. the coach was asking if he might go with cousins again over rg3 sunday at philadelphia. >> when the doctors feel there is no chance for injury and that he can perform without injury, we're going to go with the starter. >> i said when he's ready to come back and that is his. >> and rg3 continues to be evaluated and another offensive lineman with a sprained mcl and some more bad news, jordan black suspended four games for prancing-drugs and that is
, how healthy is robert? does he play against the philadelphia eagles? i know you don't know the answer to that right now, but based on what we saw pregame and some of his other workouts, he looked pretty good, almost like it was a precautionary -- but if you're a gambling man, what would you say? >> i think robert will compete to play. he wants to be on the field. he's going to show everybody that he should be on the field. what he gives you and the type of package he gives us offensively, we want that guy on the field. we're proud of what kirk did, everyone is so excited for kirk, but the things this kid can do are unplefbl. >> they learned without rob griffin iii you have other weapons. pierre, alfred has been spectacular all season long, but leonard hankerson with a previous touchdown in previous games. two in this game. i've always been skeptical of his hands, but what did he show you? >> i think last week was the best he had played so far this season, and he stepped up big. we have a lot of guys the best thing you can have is weapons on offense. >> no doubt about that. >>> coming
the eagles. is that a fair assessment? >> i would be surprised to see guys not play. i heard about the injury today, so i don't know exactly what happened, just that he was a little sore. >>> we have to talk about the wizards. john wall talked to the media for the first time in a long time. he got a bit of good news. he was cleared for some basketball-related activity. the wizards have the worst record in the nba, which is what john wall had to say about his prospects for playing in the near future. >> it's very tough on me. i wanted to play basketball, you know what i mean? i like the way the new guys, the attitude of the team. i feel like the team is better. it's tough when you have to sit -- we're giving it all, playing it hard every night. >> doesn't sound, though, like wall is going to be back any time soon. before we go and send it back to you guys in the studio, the giants laid an absolute egg. they have handed the division to you guys on the platter. all you have 20 do is win out. next week they play the ravens. what was your prediction about that game? >> i'm always going to predict
. as the eagle-eyed glenn greenwald, wrote in the guardian last week, "the bill's mandate that everyone purchase the products of the private health insurance industry was a huge gift to that industry." and liz fowler? the white house brought her over from congress to oversee the new law's implementation -- first at the department of health and human services, and then as special assistant to the president for healthcare and economic policy. and now, it's through the revolving door once more. christmas has come a little early for the peripatetic ms. fowler, as she leaves the white house for the pharmaceutical giant johnson and johnson. glenn greenwald writes, ms. fowler "will receive ample rewards from that same industry as she peddles her influence in government and exploits her experience with its inner workings to work on that industry's behalf, all of which," glenn greenwald says, "has been made perfectly legal by the same insular, versailles-like washington culture that so lavishly benefits from all of this." now, friends of liz fowler will say this is harsh. that she was the talented, intel
have the right here to say yes or no to sprint, willing to go to the same price that was paid to eagle river. mccall started clearwire way back when. google got out way below these prices some time back. my guess is, they get it all done. it is a distressed situation in some ways. then the question will be, what does sprint do with it. >> the deal itself won't close immediately, so those who are paying north of this price may end up being hurt. >> they may. now, there's always hope when you get close to it, they may not have the vote, they'll bump a bit. we shall see in time. they're certainly making an endorsement of why they agreed to $2.97. and why an alternative is not one that shareholders should in any way save for. >> you saved viewers a lot of money. there. >> all right. i'll take it. >> all right. giant changing a recipe for a well-known soda. we'll tell you which one we're talking about and what is behind this move. and later, mcdonald's bringing back the mcrib today. what the bacon, onion and cheddar sandwich did for november sales. i love the holidays. and with my bankameri
? >> eagles. >> i'll give him prince. >> we're going to party like it's 1999? >> yeah, we can party like it's 1990. listen, i'm not talking about the economy, i'm talking about -- you have so much money. >> raspberry. >> red beret. >> i didn't say red beret i cedras berry beret. >> i don't have monitors. >> so then, we will get to 6.5% on track in unemployment? this will work? >> now you're asking me a different question. >> do you believe in the new normal? like the pimco idea that we're going to have subemployment, permanently. >> the question that the fed is taking a chance. this is a different way to put it. the fed is taking a chance that 6% is where you start triggering inflation, okay? that's the real trigger here. >> on unemployment. >> they're going to go to 6.5. i think the fed is that they're not going to trigger until you get to 6%. i think that's the best i get out of this. >> i don't know if that's right. the question is do you trigger at 7%. you could trigger the real economy and that's something fisher would be worried about. you have to pull back and you can't get to 6% and
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